Gerald Levert Arrested In Cleveland

Gerald Levert Arrested In Cleveland

R&B vocalist Gerald Levert was arrested early Friday in Cleveland during a confrontation with police at a downtown intersection, authorities said. Levert, 38, was cited on charges of driving under the influence and impeding the flow of traffic.
HOT PRODUCT

HOT PRODUCT

Previewing new albums from 50 Cent, Jennifer Lopez, Doves, Jack Johnson and more.
Nine Inch Nails Fleshes Out Tour Plans

Nine Inch Nails Fleshes Out Tour Plans

The Trent Reznor-led act will play multiple nights in major North American cities such as San Francisco (the April 27-28 opening stand), New York, Chicago, Atlanta and Philadelphia, with support from Dresden Dolls.
Snow Patrol Begins Work On New Album

Snow Patrol Begins Work On New Album

U.K. rock outfit Snow Patrol began work on the follow-up to its 2003 breakthrough, "Final Straw," over the weekend as part of an eight-week writing and recording stint in Dingle in southwest Ireland.
Lynn Postpones Shows Due To Back Pain

Lynn Postpones Shows Due To Back Pain

For the second time in nine months, back pain has forced Loretta Lynn to pull out of planned concert appearances. The country legend postponed shows Friday in Oklahoma City and Saturday in Fort Worth, Texas.
'NOW 18' Mixes Rock, Pop, R&B, Country

'NOW 18' Mixes Rock, Pop, R&B, Country

With 20 hits from the likes of U2, Snoop Dogg, Good Charlotte and Ashanti, the 18th volume in the "NOW That's What I Call Music!" follows firmly in the footsteps of its predecessors.
Nelly, Doves Cruise To U.K. No. 1

Nelly, Doves Cruise To U.K. No. 1

The U.K. charts have new leaders, as "Over & Over" by Nelly featuring Tim McGraw debuted at No. 1 yesterday (Feb. 27), while U.K. rock trio Doves went straight to No. 1 on the album chart with its third Heavenly/EMI set, "Some Cities."
This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2001 - Returning home after a 46-year absence, guitarist Carlos Santana unveils a plaque in Autlan De Navarro declaring him the "favorite son" of the west-central Mexican town. Mayor Armando Perez also gives Santana the keys to the town where he spent his early childhood and where his father was a well-known musician. The town's main street is named for Santana, and a statue of his father, mariachi musician Jose Santana is unveiled.
Here Come the ABCs

Here Come the ABCs

With its "Here Come the ABCs," veteran modern rock duo They Might Be Giants expands its edutainment quest with a project that is fun for children and mercifully not nauseating for their parents.
The Beekeeper

The Beekeeper

With her new album, Tori Amos delivers some of the most accessible music of her career, coupled with beautifully obscure lyrics.

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